||"Trains" Magazine, October 1979
||Here is a photo taken by Mr. D.T. Walker. It was published originally in the October 1979 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 18. Photo Caption: "Stripped of pantographs, numbers crossed out, Conrail GG-1's 4936, 4801, and 4811 were at Waverly Yard, Newark, N.J., in the consist of ENSE-5 at 7:30 p.m. on July 5, 1979, en route to scrap. Total of active GG-1's is down to 65 units in the employ of Amtrak, CR, and NJDOT as age and impending line voltage changes doom the streamlined 2-C+C-2's." All three GG-1's were built originally for the Pennsylvania Railroad, and their PRR numbers were the same as their CR numbers. Engine #4936 was built in Juniata during April of 1943, engine #4801 was built by General Electric during May of 1935, while engine #4811 was constructed by General Electric during July of 1935.
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||Thomas C. Ayers
||CR 4936(GG1) CR 4801(GG1) CR 4811(GG1)
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